by Kim on Tuesday, April 03, 2007

#6: Kristy's Big Day (1987)

"Claudia Kishi, our vice president and a junk food addict, was prowling around her room, trying to remember where she'd hidden a large bag of M&Ms. She was wearing one of her usual outrageous outfits: a black leotard and skintight red pants under a white shirt that was so big it looked like a lab coat. Claudia' s a wonderful artist and she had decorated the shirt herself, covering it with designs painted in acrylic. She had pinned her long, black hair back at the sides with red clips."


How did Claudia never get Type II Diabetes?

by Required: The name used to sign your blog posts. on 11:32 PM. #

I always wanted to have candy stashed around my room, but growing up in Manhattan (or really anywhere) would have meant an infestation of roaches.

Dreams? Dashed.

by leonor on 12:26 PM. #

Wouldn't the acrylic paints wash off when she washed her shirt?

by Unknown on 2:39 PM. #

This actually sounds quite wearable and like something off a Scandinavian street style blog, and if the acrylic paint does washes off then it means you can paint different designs every time that shirt has been washed, pretty cool!

by Grete on 5:04 AM. #

I remember this like it was yesterday! :-)

by Brandy on 3:32 PM. #

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